Kenya is one of the renowned countries in Africa where the margin between the haves and have nots is large. The social class gap does not only apply to the grown-ups but also to the children in the country. As some of the kids languish in the streets spending cold nights there, some other kids are lavishing in wealth and have all leisure and picnics enjoyed in expensive hotels. Here are some of the richest kids in Kenya.
This is the son of the former KIambu governor William Kabogo. He lives like the famous west rich kids. His social media platforms reveals that he really enjoys the live of highness. He owns luxurious cars and clads in golds and silvers.
As many people say that probably no woman who has Instagram that brings out glamour and elegance of richness like that of Anerlisa. She is the daughter of the Keroche Brewaries CEO Tabitha Karanja.
He is the son of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto. The son who seems to take his father’s ways has a vast investments that make him get into the class of rich kinds in Kenya.
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